6 Homework 4:13 – David’s Keys (p. 207) How many keys does David have altogether?11 keysWhat are the keys for, and how many does he have for each purpose?for his apartment – 3 keysfor mailbox – 1 keybike lock – 1 keylocker – 1 keyworkplace; front door and office – 2 keysfor his and his wife’s cars – 2 keyshe cannot remember – 1 keyWhere did Iva find the keys? In the classroomIn what city does David lives? New York
7 Homework 4:14 Commenting on Family Members Minidialogue 1What’s two comments does Stefanie make about Priscilla’s grandmother?She’s pretty and looks youngHow old is Priscilla’s grandmother?65How does Priscilla explain her grandmother’s youthful look?Exercises; eats well; walks; has many friends.To be like the grandmother, what do Priscilla and Stefanie both agree they should do?Exercise.
8 Homework 4:14 Commenting on Family Members Minidialogue 2Why can’t Iva pick out Melinda in the photo?Melinda’s hair is different; it was 7 years ago.What is the story behind the good-looking guy in the photo?He was Melinda’s old boyfriend. They broke up when Melinda met someone else in college.Is Melinda married now? Explain.Engaged to marry next May.What does Iva need to do now?Save money to travel to Mexico for Melinda’s wedding.What does Melinda suggest Iva take with her to Mexico?Her bathing suit.
9 Homework 4:14 Commenting on Family Members Minidialogue 3When and where was the photo taken?One year ago at Cinnie’s aunt’s house.What was the occasion?Her aunt’s 75th birthday.The photo consists of..?Cinnie’s family – her five children and their spouses; 4 grandchildrenWhich child does Joey think looks like Cinnie? In what ways?Her daughter; their smiles.Does Joey have any grandchildren?No.
11 Making Commentsa. b. c1.c2. d. e.f. g. h.M 1484:14, p. 407
12 Share your family pictures. For each person tell: • how the person is related to you• person’s ranking if appropriate• the person’s marital statusOthers ask follow up questions such as:• person’s age• place of person’s residence and/or work• where and when the picture was taken• the occasion of the picture (ask yes/no question)Make comments about the person and/or the family.M 1494:14, p. 408
13 Lesson 4:15 – Culture: Maintaining a Clear Sightline Responsibility of Group MembersThe Signer:• Position yourself so others can see youThe Listeners:• When sitting between a signer and another person, be aware of the other’s ability to see the signer and voluntarily move back• When sitting at the end, inform others you can’t see the signerM 1504:15, p. 413
17 Tense Quoted from the Master ASL! textbook, p. 231 “All languages have ways of talking about past, present or future periods of time. Tense means distinguishing periods of time. In ASL, tense is formed by the addition of certain signs called tense markers to the beginning of a sentence that is then understood to be in the past or future tense. If there are no tense markers, then the sentence is in the present tense.”Zinza, J. (2006) Master ASL! Level One. Sign Media. Inc. Burtonsville, MD.
18 I leave at 10:00 Present Tense: I leave at 10:00 no tense markerPast Tense: I left at 10:00adding the past tense marker – PAST/AGOFuture Tense: I will leave at 10:00adding the future tense marker – WILLZinza, J. (2006) Master ASL! Level One. Sign Media. Inc. Burtonsville, MD.
19 Lesson 5:1 Talking about Everyday Activities Does ASL have conjugated (“To be”) verbs?If a time sign is not specified, then it is assumed that the events described are in the present tense. (p. 235)The day before today; yesterdayLast Monday, the past MondayAt the present time, now, todayThe day after “today,” tomorrowNext Friday, this Friday
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23 WH-Word Question – WHEN (p. 232) To ask a “when” question, do the following:Name the activityraise browsask “when”lower browslean head forwardhold the last sign (WHEN)
24 Asking WHEN QuestionsASL structure:YOU _______ WHEN?(activity)
25 My Week 1 (today) Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Asking “when” questionsMy Week 1Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat(today)M 1545:1, p. 436Signer A: Ask when B did/will do a certain activitySigner B: Tell when
26 Wh-Word Question – What a person did/will do (p. 234) To ask a “what one did/will do” question, do the following:name the dayraise browsask what person did/will dolower browslean head forwardhold the last sign (the “what did/will do” question sign)
27 My Week 2 (today) Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat asking “do” questions 5:1, p. 437Signer A: Ask what B did/will do on a certain daySigner B: Tell the activity
31 Lesson 5:2 Agreement Verbs GIVE-TOSHOW-TOTHROW-TOTAKE-FROMASK-TOTELL-TOAgreement Verbs - a verb that indicates the subject (the person doing the action) and the object (the person receiving the action) in its movement. Usually the verb moves from the subject towards the object. (p. 241)Watch the video of how the signers modify the movement of the verbs to describe these actions from their points of view.
32 Making Verbs Agree Practice GIVE-TO, SHOW-TO, and THROW-TO ASK-TO and TELL-TO
33 Making Verbs Agree in Narratives Translation: One day after school, a little girl went home. As soon as she got into the house, she looked for her mother. Then she saw her mother and said to her:Girl: (hiding something behind her back) I have a surprise for you!Mom: Oh? What is it? Tell me.Girl: I can’t tell you. It’s a surprise!Mom: Show me?Girl: hmmmm…Okay! (she hands her a bouquet of flowers)Mom: Flowers! How nice! Thank you.
34 Lesson 5:3 Words with Letters G and H Fingerspelling: Words with Letters G and HGrace Gayle DougHolly Hope PhilipM 1565:3, p. 452
38 Signer A: Ask who B lives with Signer B: Tell who A: Ask what each person’s household chores areB: Name (up to 3) chores for each person(spatial agreement)• one other person• two other people• three other people or moreA: Ask if B doesn’t mind doing his or her chores(specify which chore)B: Give opinionA: RespondM 1595:4, p. 462
39 Homework for next class day: Do homework 5:1-5:4
40 Sources:Smith, C., Lentz, E. & Mikos, K. (1988)Signing Naturally Student Workbook Level 1. DawnSignPress. San Diego, CASmith, C., Lentz, E., Mikos, K. (2008) Signing Naturally Units 1-6. Dawn Sign Press. San Diego, CA.Zinza, Jason E. (2006) Master ASL! Sign Media, Inc. Burtonsville, MD.Eastman, G. (1989) From Mime to Sign. T.J. Publishers, Inc. Silver Spring, MD.Pictures from Microsoft Clip Arts